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vector analysis

[′vek·tər ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(mathematics)
The formal study of vectors.
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In relation to the vector analysis, however, it is important to highlight that although directional changes in vector values from serial measurements seem consistent with fluid loss, BIVA is not currently able to identify type and magnitude of fluid loss.
Fluid overload at start of continuous renal replacement therapy is associated with poorer clinical condition and outcome: A prospective observational study on the combined use of bioimpedance vector analysis and serum N-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptide measurement.
Table 2 Show the surgically - induced astigmatic change at 1 and 3 months post-operatively calculated by vector analysis using the Holladay- cravy-Koch-method.
Schaum's outline of theory and problems of vector analysis and an introduction to tensor analysis.
Brown, "A correlation coefficient for modal vector analysis," in Proceedings of the International Modal Analysis Conference, pp.
In this paper we focus on the vector analysis and orientations of GNDES and TNDES to provide a better understanding of the behaviors of spinor-type instanton solutions of fermionic models in phase space for different dimensions and quantum spinor numbers.
Therefore vector analysis must be performed to find an extrapolation of Snell's law for a 3D environment.
Since mistakes can still happen in the estimated motion field [[??].sub.t], the motion vector analysis (MA) is commonly performed after ME to correct some vectors.
Among his topics are mathematical thinking, algebra, calculus, differential equations, group theory, vector analysis, and complex variables.
While different bandwidths for vector signal analysis capability typically are available for time-domain vector analysis, with enough platform insight, modern designs can add real-time analysis to vector signal analysis hardware with a software option."
Also, from vector analysis, it is well known that d[bar.S] (r, [theta], [phi]) is the most fundamental quantity from which all vector and scalar quantities required for the formulation of the dynamical theory of classical mechanics are derived.